1. Outreach: To communicate God’s word and bring people into the saving knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ (Matt.28:18-20; Mk.16:15).
  2. Worship: To live in the light of God’s presence and to celebrate God’s presence in singing, praying, giving, hearing and sharing the Word of God together as believers (John 4:23-24; 1Cor.14:26).
  3. Fellowship: To care for one another as a member of the family of God (Eph.2:19; Eph.6:2,3,10; James 5:16).
  4. Discipleship: To educate God’s people to know their positions and privileges in God and thereby grow into maturity/perfection (Eph.3:11-16).
  5. Service: To demonstrate God’s love by serving others (Rom.12:6-8; Gal.5:13).

Financial Hardship

2 King. 4:1-6    The wife of the dead prophet faced two major challenges that could befall a family. One, the husband died prematurely, leaving her and her two young sons. She had to cope with the problem of loneliness due to her husband’s demise. Second, even before the husband’s...

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Health Problems

Jn. 5:1-9 The man at the pool had his infirmity for thirty-eight years. His family had deposited him at the side of the pool and left him there. It is likely that when the problem first started they put a lot of energy and resources to get him help. As...

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Children To Take Care Of Their Old Parents

Gen. 45:7-11    When Joseph was young, the father took care of him. There came a time when the father would have suffered, but for Joseph whom God had raised to a high place. Most parents sacrificed a lot to train their children – time, energy, money, love, prayers, advice,...

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7 Mountains of Culture

Make disciples of all the Nations and not making disciples in a Nation. And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father...

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